ROGUE RIVER RAFTING

The breathtaking Rogue River rafting trip is a must-do for any white water rafter, kayaker or even hiker.  With over 35+ rapids and riffles ranging from class II-IV in 42 miles, there is plenty of excitement on this river trip, all while soaking up the Southern Oregon sunshine.

The Rogue River was one of the first rivers to be preserved as a wild river by congress and it only takes one visit to understand why.  A Rogue River rafting trip is more than rapids though.  The forested canyon walls of these river banks hold an enormous amount of wildlife along with a history full of miners, Native Americans and outlaws who once called this river canyon home.

The Rogue River's long season starting in May with wildflowers and mild weather, gives way to hot sunny summers full of swimming. The fall eventually brings striking colors in the trees and hillsides, never do you have the same Rogue River trip.

You can choose from a variety of Rogue River rafting trip options ranging; from 3-5 day camping trips, luxurious lodge trips and even raft supported hiking.  You can even learn how to kayak or row a cataraft.

  • A classic river of the west, with great whitewater rapids for everyone.
  • Postcard worthy views of a beautiful river canyon full of wildlife like, bald eagle, black bear, otter and many others.
  • Great side hikes, swimming holes and historical homesteads
  • Long season starting in May-September and a variety of unique trip options

 2020 SPECIALTY TRIP LAUNCH DATES:

MAY: 5/6/20-Road Scholar, 5/12/20-Road Scholar, 5/18/20 Road Scholar, 5/26/20-Road Scholar   Lodge & Hiking-6 days

JUNE: 6/2/20 Road Scholar Camping & Hiking-6 days

JULY:  

AUGUST: 8/6/20 Sierra Club Family Rafting-4 days

SEPTEMBER:  9/1/20 Road Scholar Camping & Hiking-6 days

9/15/20 Current Adventures Kayak School- 4 days

9/20/20 Road Scholar Lodge & Hiking-6 days

2019 LAUNCH DATES:

SEPTEMBER:  9/2/19-4 Day Camping/Rafting Trip-OPEN

                             9/15/19-4 Day Camping/Rafting-OPEN

                                9/15/19-4 Day Current Adventures Kayak  School Trip  -OPEN

                             9/20/19-Road Scholar

                               9/25/19-4 Day Camping/Rafting Trip-OPEN

Trip LengthAvailabilityPrice per Person 
Camping Trips
Three DaysAdditional dates may be available to groups of 5 or more.*Adult:
$890
Youth:
$795
Four DaysMAY: 21, 31
JUNE: 14, 19
JULY: 5, 9, 30

Additional dates may be available to groups of 5 or more.*
Adult:
$995
Youth:
$895
Five DaysAdditional dates may be available to groups of 6 or more.*Adult: $1,110
Youth: $990
Lodge Trips
Three DaysSubject to lodges. Additional dates may be available to groups of 6 or more.*Adult: $1,140
Youth: $1,065
Four DaysSubject to lodges. Additional dates may be available to groups of 6 or more.*Adult: $1,325
Youth: $1,220
Camp/Lodge Trips
Three DaysSubject to lodges. For groups of 6 or more.Adult: $1,060
Youth: $965
Four DaysSubject to lodges. For groups of 6 or more.Adult: $1,180
Youth: $1,070
Raft-Supported Hiking Trips
Four Day LodgeSubject to lodges. For groups of 6 or more.Adult: $1,215
Youth: N/A
Five Day CampAvailable most days launch dates. For groups of 6 or more.Adult: $785
Youth: N/A

 

∗ Additional dates and alternate trip formats are available to groups of 6 or more. Please call to inquire.

  • Trip dates that are full or otherwise unavailable are indicated with a strikethrough.
  • The recommended minimum age for our Rogue River trips is 7.
  • Youth prices are available to participants age 12 and under when accompanied by an adult.
  • Lodge and Camp/Lodge trip prices assume double occupancy. In most cases an additional fee will apply for singles or odd numbered groups.
  • Prices include all Federal Government fees.
  • Parties of 10 or more are eligible for a group discount on most trip dates. Please contact us for details.

Trip Highlights

  • Our most popular multi-day trip. A world class river journey!
  • Fun whitewater.
  • Excellent forest and canyon scenery.
  • A great river for viewing wildlife.
  • Very good for swimming: warmer water than most Oregon rivers.
  • Beautiful beaches.
  • Lots of hiking opportunities.
  • Interesting historic sites.
  • Near Crater Lake & Redwood National Parks as well as Ashland's Shakespeare Festival.

Trip Summary

  • Near: Grants Pass
  • Trip Length: 3, 4 & 5 days
  • Meeting Time: 8:30 AM
  • Season: May 1- October 1
  • Boat Options: paddle raft, oar raft, row-yourself cataraft, inflatable kayak, stand up paddle board
  • Whitewater Rating: III+ (Intermediate)
  • Recommended minimum age: 7 or older

Trip Guides:

3 to 5 Day Camp Trips (pdf)

3 Day Lodge Trip (pdf)

Camp Lodge Combo (pdf)